LGBTQ+ wellbeing inequalities in early to middle adolescence

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In his debut blog, Filip Kaleta summarises findings from the #BeeWell study, which explored inequalities in adolescent wellbeing based on gender and sexual identity.

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Opening ward doors doesn’t make staff any more coercive

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John Baker summarises a new Norwegian trial published last week, which compares an open-door policy to treatment-as-usual in urban psychiatric inpatient wards.

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Risk factors for depression relapse while on long-term maintenance antidepressant treatment

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In her debut blog, Asha Ladwa discusses a secondary analysis of data from the ANTLER trial, which investigated the clinical factors associated with relapse in primary care patients on long-term maintenance antidepressants.

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Mental health problems and admissions to hospital for accidents and injuries in the UK military

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Ana Veic summarises a epidemiological study exploring the mental health problems and admissions to hospital for accidents and injuries in the UK military.

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What psychotherapies are currently available for people with ARFID?

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In her debut blog, Ellie Davis takes a look at a recent scoping review on psychological interventions and outcomes for avoidant and restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID).

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From parent to child: understanding the risk of anxiety in families affected by mood disorders

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Aslihan Baser summarises a systematic review and meta-analysis investigating the risk for developing anxiety disorders in children whose parents experience mood disorders.

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Lived experience perspectives of acceptance and commitment therapy for people with psychosis

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Charlotte Huggett reflects on a qualitative study exploring the perspectives of people with psychosis receiving Acceptance and Commitment Therapy following a first episode of psychosis.

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Trigger warnings: to use, or not to use? That is the question

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A group of leading researches at Orygen Australia review a recent meta-analysis on the efficacy of trigger and content warnings on media outlets that indicates warnings may not be as helpful as we thought.

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The impact of calorie labelling on menus for individuals with eating disorders

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Lucy Hyam discusses a qualitative study that explored the impact of calorie labelling on menus for individuals with current or past experience of eating disorders.

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Accessing and engaging with NHS Talking Therapies: what can we learn from the pandemic?

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Jake Grange and Sarah Watts summarise a study using observational retrospective cohort data to investigate factors associated with access and engagement with NHS Talking Therapies services before, during, and after lockdown.

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